Save-the-date: 1st CharIN India conference on May 11th in Delhi

CharIN e.V. proudly announces the 1st CharIN India conference organized in cooperation with TERI and the VDA. This exciting event will take place on May 11th, 2018 in the India Habitat Center, New Delhi.

This one-day conference includes numerous speeches with electric vehicle-related subjects from mainly Indian contributors, but also from other Asian and European contributors like the TÜV Sued. The event will also include a panel discussion, a technical session and a networking dinner in the evening. In the panel discussion, opportunities and challenges in the Indian market for electric vehicle charging will be discussed with speakers from Indian electromobility stakeholders including vehicle manufacturers and charging network providers. The technical sessions will include topics like compliance testing, PLC modem integration and V2G.

 

With a growing motorization of India, pursuing alternate mobility paradigms like e-mobility in India is inevitable as well as it is a way forward to an environmentally benign development of the country. Therefore, the CharIN India conference will focus on the outlook of Indian electric vehicle markets and EV charging infrastructure under the future of e-mobility powered by Combined Charging System (CCS).

 

Mark the day in your calendar now. Further information including the preliminary agenda  will be available under www.charinev.org in the next days.

 

Registration is already possible under http://charinev.org/india-conference


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